oops i got in the nerve of "MR KNOW IT ALL", and again my abc's can be refresh, now you should worry about yourself coz my advice dont try to learn the things that are beyond your comprehension LOL
AnonD-5299, 28 Apr 2011CPU evolve too quickly. Camera megapixels evolve too quickly. Camera sensors evolve too quic... morebuddy u r great . . . . Vry well said, , mobile phone companies must listen to it !!
AnonD-5299, 28 Apr 2011CPU evolve too quickly. Camera megapixels evolve too quickly. Camera sensors evolve too quic... moreWell its the only thing thats actually holding all technology back. Power source is the only thing left to NOT evolve.
3DS's hardware was never comparable to either NGP nor Play as Nintendo continues to use slow hulking processors which were only capable of rendering PS1 graphics quality
AnonD-5299, 28 Apr 2011CPU evolve too quickly. Camera megapixels evolve too quickly. Camera sensors evolve too quic... moreThere wont be any significant new battery technology except for the introduction of carbon nanotubes, which, are still in its infancy (remember, cost matter, and for now battery made out of carbon nanotubes aren't economically viable)
And always keep in mind that any advances in mobile CPU, the manufacturer will try to keep the power consumption down. Just look at Tegra2 CPU, it consume the same amount of power as a single core Snapdragon ;)
next time they'll make robots out of mobile phone
I would suggest that those who don't know what they are talking about... Don't post at all.
1. Before you start making comparisons to x86 (that's desktop and laptop CPUs), understand that architecturally they are different, so you can't make a comparison and say "Oh they are both quad core and 2.5Ghz so they will be equally fast". Expect a Sandy Bridge Core i7, even clocked at 1Ghz, to crush a 2.5Ghz Quad-Core A15, due to superior instructions per clock.
2. Batteries may not evolve as fast, but just because CPUs are adding core count and clock speed doesn't mean battery life will be adversely affected. As manufacturing die processes shrink (eg. 40nm -> 32nm -> 28 nm), power draw per transistor decreases, so overall you would expect either the same power draw, or lower.
Remember that these engineers know what they are doing. It's laughable to think that layman consumers know better than engineers with degrees and years of experience.
OMG:O next time we dont need to buy a computer, because smartphones and tablets will do everything that an computer can do... I think true extinction of desktops is began ...
There's no need to run al 4 cores in mobile mode, but when plugged into laptop-type dock or desktop-type dock, I want to be able to run full scale desktop type OS and to use powerful applications.
Computer in your pocket? Great!!!
In a couple of years I hope to see 16-core smart phones, or a smartphone with two 8-core processors, and I, most definitely, will want one.
nest time you will never need a laptop or desktop at all hahahahah everthing is mobile
AnonD-5299, 28 Apr 2011CPU evolve too quickly. Camera megapixels evolve too quickly. Camera sensors evolve too quic... moretoo true. battery life of phones are decreasing each year. Have a Nokia 5800 and that lasts me 2-3 days moderate usage. Bro has HTC Desire, lasts a day.
AnonD-4331, 29 Apr 2011I'm I the only one that thinks this is getting out of hand.
SGS and Iphone 4 for instance, wi... moreSMH @ Dante The Luddite
At least they are showing progress not like a certain company who keeps on making phones with outdated 680 MHz processors and pairs them with an OS on life support.
This is a forward progress not like the sideways progress of the almighty brand.
does phones really need these?
i think quadcore cpu will just be used for future tabs...
I'm I the only one that thinks this is getting out of hand.
SGS and Iphone 4 for instance, with their single core processors, run butter smooth, and play great games, don't get me started on Apple A5, exynos and tegra 2.
Then why in the world would phones need 2.5 Ghz quad core processors. I mean seriously.
Look at android, Gingerbread is faster than froyo, which is faster than eclair, they are making the OSes faster, even symbian, so what's the need of these insane chips.
and we never see a battery that fit to this proc....hahahhahah...LOL
Crysis on mobile FTW.
daltonf, 28 Apr 2011wonder what company's gonna wanna rival these beastTI OMAP will do! for sure. :)
Seems like the Exynos drive them all crazy..I can feel that the competition between processor even greater than smartphone fields =/
Imagine the battery life.. 5 minutes.